SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT-Minor
Small Business Management is an interdisciplinary minor which can be paired with any minor of the student's choosing.
This is a 24 credit hour composite minor including the following classes.
ACC 2311 Principles of Accounting- An introductory study of accounting principles and techniques with emphasis on the sole proprietorship and partnerships.
MKT 2302 Principles of Marketing- A study of the system of interacting business activities designed to plan, price, promote and distribute want-satisfying products and services to consumers.
FIN 2341 Principles of Finance- This class provides an introduction to the functional breadth of key areas of financial markets and how the global financial marketplace functions. Students will gain an appreciation and insight into financial concepts and techniques routinely used by practitioners.
MGT 3303 Principles of Management- An introduction to the field of management. Topics include: human relations, leadership styles, motivation, social responsibility, strategic planning, quality, organizational effectiveness, and management history. Classic and research articles are the basis for class discussion.
BUS 3311 Business Law- Legal principles of business, legal reasoning, dispute resolution, contract law, Uniform Commercial Code, banking, negotiable instruments and sales.
MGT 4341 Entrepreneurship- Interdisciplinary course dealing with entrepreneurs, selecting promising ideas, exploiting opportunities, and obtaining initial financing. Starting a small business, business plans and organizational structure are also covered.
An additional 6 hours also need to be chosen from either Computer Information Systems, Marketing or Management.